Okeechobee welcomes all, and we strive to make our environment accessible to Okeechobeeings with disabilities. During the festival, the venue will feature accessible parking, restrooms and other amenities, as well as designated areas for wheelchair users and their companions.
ADA parking will be provided near the festival entrance.
An accessible entrance will be located near the ADA parking. Look for the Access Center, where you can check in and receive your wristband for all accessible viewing platforms.
- Accessible camping locations are available for those with accessibility needs. Campsites include close access to paths, entrances, exits, shuttles, accessible restrooms, and accessible showers.
- Accessible camping spots are available on a first come, first served basis. Registering helps us prepare for your group and plan our accessible camping area. To reserve an ADA camping spot, please fill out the ADA Camping Registration Form.
- Accessible transportation will be available to take Okeechobeeings to different locations throughout the campground. Please visit the Camping Access Center, where you can check in and receive your wristband for all accessible viewing platforms.
All accessibility-related inquiries can be answered at our Access Center, which will be located inside the venue. Additionally, this is the location for recharging wheelchair batteries and/or the other assistive technology requiring electrical recharging, as well as storing equipment.
The grounds consist of grass areas and paved roads. Please contact us if you would like more information.
Service animals are the only animals allowed onto the festival grounds. Emotional support animals do not qualify as service animals.
Okeechobee provides accessible viewing areas for select stages (TBA). To gain access, please check in and pick up your wristband at the Access Center.
All public restroom areas, ATMs and concession stands are accessible to our patrons with disabilities. Please see your festival map for locations, or contact the nearest staff member for assistance.
First aid locations are offered throughout the venue. Please refer to your festival map, or contact the nearest staff member. Festival event staff have been trained in proper emergency preparedness.
Effective Communication Requests
To request audio describers for any performance, please contact us. Requests must be made no later than 14 days before the event to allow for sufficient processing time. To request ASL interpretation for any performance, as well as closed captioning, braille/large font print, guided tours, and/or other forms of effective communication, please contact us. Requests must be made no later than 30 days before the event to allow for sufficient processing time.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments about accessibility at the event, please contact us. We are committed to continually improving the festival experience for Okeechobeeings with disabilities.